Or so The People's Kitchen Stephen Dixon is hoping after spending a night out sleeping on the cold streets of Newcastle to raise funds for the amazing Newcastle based food charity.
Stephen spent 12 cold hours on the streets of Newcastle on Halloween and told his JustGiving supporters he was sleeping on the streets of Newcastle for The People's Kitchen because they do amazing work.
And also for the first time this week since the start of the pandemic, The People's Kitchen has welcomed customers back through its homely doors.
The charity, which has been running in the city for more than 35 years, has been operating a street service for people in need since the start of the health crisis last year when restrictions forced the kitchen to close its doors.
But now volunteers have been able to welcome 'friends' back into the warmth of its revamped dining hall for the first time in around 20 months.
Continuing reading but first....
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Well done. If you want to donate to Stephen's cause please check out his fundraising page here
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